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Old 08-09-2013, 11:13 AM
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Had a similar problem just now. When I took off the back cover, I must have forced the batterys female connection on the main board and it at first slightly moved out of position and then completely separated from the board. With a steady hand, I forced the connector back onto the two pins that hold it to the board and very VERY carefully pushed the back cover into place from directly above as to not upset the alignment of the three pins. Voila! It works again, although for how long is anybody's guess. I didn't dare attempt to solder it as my soldering iron is really not up for the job. I'm just going to have to be very careful when docking it so that I don't upset the fragile connector again. I had been warned when watching a few youtube videos about it's disassembly that it was delicate, and boy, were they right! I guess, as with most tech stuff nowadays, they were designed to be assembled, not repaired.
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